70s A body Wagon Rear Springs?


Nov 15, 2014
Des Moines, Iowa
Few years after install, my moog GN replacement rears are fully settled. I want to RAISE the car about an inch or two in the rear. I was thinking big block a body wagon (think vista cruiser) rear springs might work. I recall seeing something about this swap with a body rear springs, but I was wondering how different wagon springs would be.

pontiac guy

G-Body Guru
Oct 28, 2016
Royse City, TX
Those are way too much. I looked at that as well as 80s caprice. I used g wagon spring of the cargo variety. The car is almost too high in back. Do a search this is a popular question lots of info out there
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Comic Book Super Hero
Feb 16, 2009
Western MN
What part number does an A body rear wagon spring translate to? 5413?

I have had 5401 and 5409 in my 2+2. 5401 were good but a little low with a full trunk of drag week style tools and tires. 5409's are where I am now.

A body springs are higher spring rate and shoter free height than stock G body stuff.
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